Sunday, April 24, 2016

Rainbow Snippets - A Place to Call Their Own

The War Between the States was over. Frank had fought on the Union side, but there was one more fight to win before he could go west. As Gregory Young stood up, he glanced across the table at Frank. He nodded to indicate it was all right for Gregory to leave the room with everybody else. Frank had to fight this battle on his own.
Frank’s father, Paul, took a deep breath before he spoke. “Son, I know I can’t stop you from leaving, but I am going to do everything in my power to talk you out of this.”

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  1. Beautifully tense moment, where one emphasizes with Frank, but can't help feeling a certain amount of sympathy for Paul, as well.

  2. Love the tension between them here.

  3. Sorry, Paul, I think their minds are made up! :-)

  4. I think he knows it's a lost cause but has to try to talk him out of it anyhow.